WordPress-Related Vulnerabilities Tripled in 2018, Bleeping Computer reports. Now there’s a frightening headline if your website is running on WordPress! But let’s take a closer look. Why is WordPress being targeted? It’s all about the numbers. As of this writing, WordPress powers 32% of websites across the globe. Joomla, Drupal, Squarespace, and Wix pale in…
Politics aside, the U.S. government shutdown is having a negative effect on government websites and government website security due to expired SSL certificates. Forgetting to renew an SSL certificate is an issue that can easily affect any website, so it’s important to understand the consequences of an expired SSL certificate for your website.
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Today, we’d like to shout out to acknowledge some of the great website security moves our clients have made, on their own initiative, to improve their website security strategy. You are the most important element in your website’s security strategy!
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Keeping your website up to date is essential both for security purposes and for your organization’s credibility. Learn how keeping your website up to date can protect your users and your reputation.